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Old 10-10-2006, 12:14 PM
ManChild ManChild is offline
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Default Full Tilt bonuses

Just signed up for full tilt, getting 27% rakeback through rakeback.com
FullTilt deducts sign up bonuses and other bonuses from your rakeback, for that reason does it make sense to forgo the 600$ sign up bonus?
im thinking you may make more money in rake over the course of earning that 600$ then 600$ because of the way it is set up how you have to earn points in ordder to get the money form the bonus and whatnot

anyone know which choice is better, rakeback or 600$ bonus?

i am a high volume player, if it makes a difference
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Old 10-10-2006, 12:17 PM
JRussell JRussell is offline
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Default Re: Full Tilt bonuses

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Just signed up for full tilt, getting 27% rakeback through rakeback.com
FullTilt deducts sign up bonuses and other bonuses from your rakeback, for that reason does it make sense to forgo the 600$ sign up bonus?
im thinking you may make more money in rake over the course of earning that 600$ then 600$ because of the way it is set up how you have to earn points in ordder to get the money form the bonus and whatnot

anyone know which choice is better, rakeback or 600$ bonus?

i am a high volume player, if it makes a difference

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It is always more profitable to take the bonus and rake back. Even if the bonus is deducted from your MGR, you still come out ahead in overall rake back earned while clearing the bonus.

Best Regards,

Justin
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Old 10-10-2006, 01:38 PM
howdydudey howdydudey is offline
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Default Re: Full Tilt bonuses

What is the highest rakeback from full tilt?
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Old 10-10-2006, 01:45 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt bonuses

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What is the highest rakeback from full tilt?

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Full Tilt has a 27% cap.
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Old 10-10-2006, 04:12 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt bonuses

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Just signed up for full tilt, getting 27% rakeback through rakeback.com
FullTilt deducts sign up bonuses and other bonuses from your rakeback, for that reason does it make sense to forgo the 600$ sign up bonus?
im thinking you may make more money in rake over the course of earning that 600$ then 600$ because of the way it is set up how you have to earn points in ordder to get the money form the bonus and whatnot

anyone know which choice is better, rakeback or 600$ bonus?

i am a high volume player, if it makes a difference

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It is always more profitable to take the bonus and rake back. Even if the bonus is deducted from your MGR, you still come out ahead in overall rake back earned while clearing the bonus.

Best Regards,

Justin
RakeBacks.com

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im pretty sure - if i read the fine print correctly, that any bonuses are deducted from your rakeback, therefore the volume i have to play to get the 600 may be worth more than 600$ in rake
if both is an option, then clearly BOTH is better than just one, but i dont think both IS an option here
is it?
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Old 10-10-2006, 04:16 PM
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The least rake you will generate to receive the $600 in bonus is $1200. Your $600 in bonus would be deducted from this. Your MGR would be $600. The more short handed you play, the higher your MGR will be. You cannot lose accepting the $600.
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Old 10-10-2006, 04:17 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt bonuses

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Just signed up for full tilt, getting 27% rakeback through rakeback.com
FullTilt deducts sign up bonuses and other bonuses from your rakeback, for that reason does it make sense to forgo the 600$ sign up bonus?
im thinking you may make more money in rake over the course of earning that 600$ then 600$ because of the way it is set up how you have to earn points in ordder to get the money form the bonus and whatnot

anyone know which choice is better, rakeback or 600$ bonus?

i am a high volume player, if it makes a difference

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It is always more profitable to take the bonus and rake back. Even if the bonus is deducted from your MGR, you still come out ahead in overall rake back earned while clearing the bonus.

Best Regards,

Justin
RakeBacks.com

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im pretty sure - if i read the fine print correctly, that any bonuses are deducted from your rakeback, therefore the volume i have to play to get the 600 may be worth more than 600$ in rake
if both is an option, then clearly BOTH is better than just one, but i dont think both IS an option here
is it?

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Absolutely. You should receive both the $600 bonus AND 27% rake back. The bonus money cleared is deducted from your total monthly rake (or MGR), not from your actual rake back payment. [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]

Best Regards,

Justin
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Old 10-10-2006, 04:19 PM
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thankyou very much russel/justin
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Old 10-11-2006, 10:54 AM
John Deere John Deere is offline
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Default Re: Full Tilt bonuses

Another somewhat-related question... I just signed up for FT rakeback a few weeks ago and am still working on clearing the $600 bonus (shocker)... up to about $400 now. Every day I see a pop-up for an additional 50% up to $500 bonus offer. Should I cash out $1000, and then deposit it back to get this bonus as well?

My assumption is that when I finish working off the $600, I will then start working off the $500. Is that correct, or will these two bonuses somehow conflict with one another?
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Old 10-11-2006, 11:24 AM
JRussell JRussell is offline
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Default Re: Full Tilt bonuses

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Another somewhat-related question... I just signed up for FT rakeback a few weeks ago and am still working on clearing the $600 bonus (shocker)... up to about $400 now. Every day I see a pop-up for an additional 50% up to $500 bonus offer. Should I cash out $1000, and then deposit it back to get this bonus as well?

My assumption is that when I finish working off the $600, I will then start working off the $500. Is that correct, or will these two bonuses somehow conflict with one another?

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Full Tilt claims you are not eligible for the 50% reload if you still have pending bonus money in your account. They want you to clear the $600 bonus before trying to claim the 50% reload.

Best Regards,

Justin
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